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New York Times, Wednesday, March 28, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q U W X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 647
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1. Edna Ferber's Pulitzer Prize novel, 1925. : SOBIG
6. You. : SOLVER
12. Branch Rickey's men. : PIRATES
14. Shah who married a commoner. : PAHLEVI
15. Sea ear. : ABALONE
16. Toured the skyway. : AVIATED
17. Head: French. : TETE
18. "The Rose ___." : TATTOO
20. Work unit. : ERG
21. Eat away. : ERODE
23. Have compassion. : PITY
24. Indian of Manitoba. : CREE
25. ___ Oliver Franks. : SIR
26. Pixilated. : LOONY
28. "Father" of the Federal Reserve System. : GLASS
29. Star of "Royal Wedding." : ASTAIRE
31. ___ Wood, artist. : GRANT
32. Handle of a sword. : HILT
33. Recipient of much tonic. : HAIR
34. Obdurate. : STONY
36. Folding money. : DOLLARS
39. Pillarlike monument. : STELE
40. Part of a rose. : PETAL
41. William C. Foster's agency. : ECA
43. Part of a doughnut. : HOLE
44. Flat piece of marble. : SLAB
45. Proceeding from the sun. : SOLAR
47. Ezzard Charles' T. K. O. victim. : OMA
48. Abode in Switzerland. : CHALET
50. Figure in the Teapot Dome scandals, 1924. : FALL
51. Harvard's font of humor. : LAMPOON
53. Future soldier. : DRAFTEE
55. Stars: French. : ETOILES
56. Lining fabrics. : SATEENS
57. Fashion. : MANNER
58. Dark blue or purple. : PERSE
1. Symbol of slavery. : SIBERIA
2. Clay, Webster, etc. : ORATORS
3. Made into bundles. : BALED
4. Former Japanese statesman. : ITO
5. Man: Humorous. : GENT
6. Famous London hostelry. : SAVOY
7. Governor Lausche's state. : OHIO
8. Bluestocking's degree, in arts. : LLA
9. Campaigner. : VETERAN
10. Symbol of height. : EVEREST
11. Corduroy has them. : RIDGES
12. Heads: Humorous. : PATES
13. New York City is the world's largest. : SEAPORT
14. Budge ___, Wimbledon tennis champion. : PATTY
19. Part of a comb. : TINE
22. She loved Lancelot. : ELAINE
24. Miss Bow of the silents. : CLARA
27. Smooth in manner. : OILY
28. Submits to persistent questioning. : GRILLS
30. Fulcrum for an oar. : THOLE
31. Mardi Gras, for instance. : GALA
33. Places favoring rapid growth. : HOTBEDS
34. Minute orifices in leaves. : STOMATA
35. Colossal figure of a man, used as a column. : TELAMON
36. Do business with. : DEAL
37. Connects. : RELATES
38. A kind of triangle. : SCALENE
39. Author Asch. : SHOLEM
40. Projects. : PLANS
42. French city on the Rhone. : ARLES
44. Farrier. : SHOER
46. Proposal of marriage. : OFFER
48. Nat "King" ___. : COLE
49. Pitfall. : TRAP
52. Flag staff on a golf course. : PIN
54. Took potluck. : ATE

Answer summary: 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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